I Killed Wild Bill Hickok

  • 1956
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Western

This film has Tom Brown as the famous legend, though in this case portrayed as a shiftless villain. As the local sheriff, Brown doublecrosses the US Government in a horse deal for the cavalry, with no explanation given as to why this western hero dirties his reputation. Forbes (pseudonym for John Carpenter, who also wrote and produced this picture) is the...read more

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This film has Tom Brown as the famous legend, though in this case portrayed as a shiftless villain. As the local sheriff, Brown doublecrosses the US Government in a horse deal for the cavalry, with no explanation given as to why this western hero dirties his reputation. Forbes (pseudonym

for John Carpenter, who also wrote and produced this picture) is the former gunman turned horse trader who meets Brown in an unexciting and nonhistorical shootout. Directed with little belief in the project or script, employing lots of unmatched color stock footage, packed with poor performances

and technical work, this film really beggars credulity.

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  • Rating: NR
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